Tom Lane wrote:
Mark Dilger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Tom Lane wrote:
Please provide a stack trace --- AFAIK there shouldn't be any reason why
a pass-by-ref 3-byte type wouldn't work.

(gdb) bt
#0  0xb7e01d45 in memcpy () from /lib/
#1 0x08077ece in heap_fill_tuple (tupleDesc=0x83c2ef7, values=0x83c2e84, isnull=0x83c2e98 "", data=0x83c2ef4 "", infomask=0x83c2ef0, bit=0x0)
     at heaptuple.c:181

Hm, are you sure you provided a valid pointer (not the integer value
itself) as the Datum output from int3_in?

(Looks at patch ... ) Um, I think you didn't, although that coding
is far too cute to be actually readable ...

                        regards, tom lane

I tracked this down to my implementation of Int24GetDatum. I've got that fixed now and have hit another bug, but I'm still working on it so I won't bother you about that yet.

As for the patch, I will eventually submit a version without the "cute" code autogeneration stuff.


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